I'm looking for a new windscreen for my 2006. I like the fact of being able to look over my screen, but the wind buffeting and the effects of the wind on my mic I'm looking for something. Any suggestions?
Unfortunately they go hand in hand: buffeting and shorty windshields. For my build the factory windshields top edge is directly in my line of sight. I'm over 6'3"tall mostly from the waist up and used to get headaches from all of the air rushing into my helmet from the O.E.windshield. I refuse to wear earplugs to prevent this. Tulsa is one of the best and makes riding so much more comfortable especially at freeway cruisin or higher speeds. T.MG_Wings said:I'm looking for a new windscreen for my 2006. I like the fact of being able to look over my screen, but the wind buffeting and the effects of the wind on my mic I'm looking for something. Any suggestions?
Who? What? Steel wool didn't scratch? Which windshield was-is this. It willJohn Garner said:I might consider the F4 if the Clearview wears out, as the demo with steel wool not scratching the F5 was impressive.
You get to make Homer Simpson sounds when you do that. Duh!!John Garner said:As far as Tulsa, I noticed the head bump thing and decided against it. Others love it.
I have the stock windshield and I'm 5' 10'' I have to stretch to see over the top when I'm riding in the rain. The Tulsa -2'' is looking pretty good to me.laen said:Whats wrong with the OEM? It is designed for a 5'10" to be able to look over it. The long ones look stupid. With them riders bump there heads getting on and off the bike, and lessen the clearity of their sight ability. I like a little wind, this is a motorcycle. AND I LOVE THE ADJUSTABLE VENT